Hampshire Treasures

Volume 1 ( Winchester City District)

Page 7 - Bighton

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Group B - Archaeological Sites and Remains
Bronze Age
Bowl Barrow
Large ploughed-down bowl barrow; possibly Wibba's barrow. O.S.A. No. SU63 SW1.     SU 600 330
2603 15
Iron Age
Celtic Fields
Bighton Wood, Breach Farm. Iron Age/Romano-British field systems. Ref: R.A.F. A.P.'s CPE/UK/23321513213.     SU 628 363
2603 12
Ancient Site
Bighton Manor Farm. Unknown crop marks. Ref: J. R. Baydon of Compton, Sussex, own flight. July 1962.     SU 613 353
2603 13
Group D - Buildings, Monuments and Engineering Works
Church
C.12
All Saints' Church. Brick and flint construction with old tile roof. The Purbeck marble font is C.12/13. Tower part weatherboarded. O.S.A. No. SU63 SW4. Ref: V.C.H., Vol. 3, p.40.     T. & C.P. Act
SU 610 344
2603 01
House
C.12
The Old Rectory, Church Lane. 2-storey house with attic, constructed of colourwashed brick with half-hipped old tile roof. Modified in 1734 with C.19 additions.     T. & C.P. Act
SU 610 344
2603 02
House
C.17
The Manor House or Bighton Manor. Queen Anne 2-storey house with attic. Brick construction. Old tile roof and moulded and dentilled wood eaves.     T. & C.P. Act
SU 609 344
2603 03
Cottage
C.17
Steddles. 2-storey flint cottage with brick dressings and hipped tiled roof. Later C.18/19 additions.     SU 620 349
2603 10
Cottage
C.17
Windibank Cottage. Flint and brick cottage formerly used as a small farmhouse.     SU 613 343
2603 16
Farm-house
C.18
High Dell Farmhouse. Brick structure with thatched roof. Modifications in C.19.     SU 620 347
2603 08
House
C.18
The Old House. Mainly flint with brick dressings and C.19 tile roof. Centre part has 3-light Gothic case- ment windows, flanking central 2-light over glazed Gothic door.     SU 615 345
2603 06
House
C.18
Bighton House. Country house in Regency style constructed in stone. Porch with Greek Doric columns.     SU 623 355
2603 11
Farm-house
C.18
Manor Farm. Formerly known as Woodlark Farm. Brick structure with half-hipped, old tile roof. The roof at the back slopes down to ground floor ceiling level.     SU 613 343
2603 04
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